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Description: Holbrook Mill
Date Listed: 16 March 1972
English Heritage Building ID: 277444
OS Grid Reference: TM1697335776
OS Grid Coordinates: 616973, 235776
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9781, 1.1579
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TM 13 NE HOLBROOK CHURCH ROAD
16/3/72 Holbrook Mill and Mill
Mill and Mill House. C19 and C18 of earlier origin. C19 mill: Road face,
timber framed and weatherboarded brick plinth. Grey slate roof. 3 storeys
and basement. Rear, painted brick, lean to roof of red plain tiles. 2
storeys. Mill House to right probably C18 faced with cement set with
clinker. Red plain tiled gambrel roof with 4 dormers bargeboards to gables.
Rear left and end right red brick with chimneystacks 2 storeys and attics
4.window range of 3 light casements. Central vertically-boarded door. Egg
and dart moulded surround moulded pediment. The ground floor is below road
level and the front door is approached by a flight of stone steps with
cast iron handrails. The forecourt is enclosed by hooped railings attached to
the front right of the mill. The depressed gable of the mill faces and
adjoins the road. the roof is hipped at rear. The lucam on the upper floor
has a lean to and a hoist door in the floor. Below the lucan is a drop
ladder fixed to the wall to left of which is a 2-light casement with centre
transoms Ground floor Right. halved door, left workshop window of 6
lights with 2 transoms. The right return adjacent to the house has on each
floor a 2 or 3 light casement window and a multi light workshop window in the
basement. Various windows to left return, C20 door to right.
Listing NGR: TM1697335776
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Source: English Heritage
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